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Dog Training Techniques - The Ones That Actually Work
Dog training isn't just for people who want their dogs to be able to do fancy tricks. It's necessary
for anyone who wants to have a good relationship with his or her pet. You'll find that life is easier
for both your dog and you once you've done some proper training. Dog training is not a difficult
skill to learn, and this article will provide you with some helpful suggestions to make the process
Dogs often have separation anxiety, and this isn't always a simple problem to overcome. Since
the trouble is occurring when you aren't there, this makes it difficult to respond effectively to it.
There are a few things you can do to make it less likely that your dog will misbehave when you're
out. Your dog may be used to your leaving and being gone all day; to change this habit, leave the
house and return soon as often as you can. Paying a lot of attention to your dog before you leave
will only make the problem worse, so leave with as little fanfare as possible. A dog with this
condition will be very enthusiastic when you walk in the door; as hard as it might be, disregard this
as much as possible. If you pay too much attention to your dog when leaving or returning, you're
contributing to the problem.
If you want a very well behaved dog, giving them plenty of exercise is a great way to make them
more responsive to what you were trying to teach. Behavioral issues with most dogs have to do
with not allowing them to get enough exercise. If your dog is unable to exercise enough, they may
bark frequently and also show aggression regularly. If you have a yard, or some area where your
dog can play, you should take them there regularly. Larger dogs, and smaller dogs, both need to
exercise at least once every day.
They should get a minimum of two good walks per day, and also play time. Dogs that get
exercise, and get to play, are simply easier to train.
A dog should respond to every person he lives with. Very often, the person who trains a dog is the
only person who the dog comes to respect. This can cause problems if the dog only recognizes
one person as his superior. The dog should, for instance, respond when anyone calls his name;
you can make it a game where people in different parts of the house/yard call him. When the dog
comes, he should get a treat from the person who called him. If you're just starting to train a new
dog, this type of session also lets him rapidly learn his name. Another possibility is to play a game
of fetch with a ball with several people, so the dog gets used to bringing the ball to different
people. The idea is for the dog to be responsive to everyone who lives in the house, even if you
are doing the bulk of the training. Dog training techniques are absolutely essential, especially
when you have a dog that you are trying to mold in a certain way. Keep in mind that different dogs
may take longer to learn certain things. Some dogs will respond immediately. For those that do
not, try alternative training techniques. All dogs can be trained, even yours! Just keep at it and
have patience while you are working with your dog.
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